20 Delicious and Healthy Smoothies For Weight Loss

20 Delicious and Healthy Smoothies For Weight Loss

Smoothies are a delicious and easy way to pack in your daily fruit, veggie, and protein servings.  If you’re looking to clean up your diet and lose some weight, smoothies can be an easy way to transition into clean nutrition.

They’re fast, easy, and completely customizable.  Plus, they’re yummy!

There’s no wonder health and nutrition nuts are so crazy about them.  Hop on the smoothie train with these 20 delicious and healthy smoothies for weight loss.

 

Detox Green Smoothie with Chia Seeds

This is one of my favorite smoothies for weight loss.  It’s packed with spinach, a banana and pineapple for natural sweetness, and chia seeds and almond milk for a boost of protein.

This is an all around complete smoothie that will keep you satisfied.

Via Ally’s Cooking

 

Triple Berry Kiwi Smoothie

This smoothie is packed with vitamin C and fruity goodness.  It has strawberries, kiwis, raspberries, OJ, and blueberries full of antioxidants.

This is a great immunity boosting smoothie that’s also insanely delicious.  

Via The Pretty Bee

 

Banana Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie

Get that metabolism up and roaring with this filling and nutritious breakfast smoothie.

It combines banana and peanut butter (yum!) with rolled oats for some extra fiber to keep you full.  It’s like peanut butter banana oatmeal but 5x better.

Via The Schmidty Wife

 

Raspberry Peach Smoothie

This smoothie is so bright and flavorful.  It tastes sweet, tart, and indulgent all in one.  Yet, it’s nutritious and makes a perfect snack to keep you on track.

The sweetness from the peaches and raspberries satisfies your sweet tooth while the greek yogurt provides a protein boost to perk you up during that 3 pm slump.

Via The Recipe Critic

 

Apple Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie

This tastes like a blast from the past.  Remember that good old PB + apple that you used to have as a snack?  This is the smoothie version of that.

This makes a great snack itself, or throw in a blender the morning for a light breakfast.  It includes a teaspoon of cinnamon to give it some warmth and spiced flavor.

Via Natalie’s Food and Health

 

Simple Strawberry Watermelon Smoothie

This is such a great hot weather smoothie. It’s hydrating, refreshing, and bursting with summer flavors.

It’s reminiscent of a virgin daiquiri, but it throws in chia seeds to fill you up and ginger to add a little punch of flavor to the sweetness of the fruit.

Via Eat. Thrive. Glow.

 

Pineapple Paradise Spinach Smoothie

Here’s another super yummy green smoothie to help you sneak in those veggies.

The pineapple adds so much natural sweetness that you won’t even taste the spinach.  Plus, this uses avocado to give this smoothie a rich creaminess and a dose of healthy fats.  

Via Culinary Hill

 

Brain Power Smoothie with Blueberries & Avocado

This is a super filling smoothie packed with healthy fats, fiber, and fruity nutrition.  It combines some of my favorite things: blueberries, pomegranate juice, and avocado.  It’s so delicious!

Plus, every ingredient in this smoothie is known to support positive brain function so it’s the perfect way to kick off your day.

Via Gimme Some Oven

 

Cafe Mocha Protein Shake

Finally…a smoothie with some java.  I love the flavor of coffee, so this is hands down my new favorite protein shake.

It tastes indulgent, but it’s packed with protein from 2 scoops of protein powder!  

This recipe is super fast so it’s great for busy mornings and the protein will keep you full until lunch.  It’s just protein powder, coffee, almond milk, and ice.  Plus, you can use your favorite protein powder to customize.

Via Jennifer Meyering

 

The Anti-Bloat Smoothie

This smoothie is the ultimate refresher.  It contains ultra-hydrating ingredients like coconut water and cucumber to help hydrate, detoxify, and beat the bloat.

The majority of this smoothie’s volume is water based, so this is more of a snack smoothie than a meal.  

Via Happy Healthy Mama

 

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

A healthy smoothie with the familiar pumpkin pie flavor you know and love?  

Yes, please!

This smoothie is amazing year round but is a great option to get in the spirit when Fall rolls around.  It uses real pumpkin puree, vanilla yogurt, and pumpkin pie spice to give you a creamy, decadent flavor without the guilt.

Via Shugary Sweets

 

Easy Breezy Tropical Orange Smoothie

Who doesn’t love tropical vibes during the summer?  This smoothie is fruity, refreshing, and citrusy.  

It combines orange and pineapple for bold flavor and adds in a banana for a creamy component that makes this tropical bliss.  

And it’s only 4 ingredients, so it doesn’t get much simpler.

Via Clean Eats, Fast Feets

 

Salted Caramel Cookie Dough Smoothie

This might sound like the ultimate indulgent treat, but it’s also super healthy!  No, really.  It’s made with healthy ingredients like bananas, oats, and almond butter.  And it’s naturally sweetened with dates.

This a great swap for a sweet treat when your sweet tooth kicks in.

Via Running with Spoons

 

Coconut, Banana & Chocolate Breakfast Smoothie

I’m always down with chocolate for breakfast in any form. But it’s an added bonus when that chocolate gives me a boost of nutrition.

This is a great recipe for almost any dietary need.  It’s vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free.

It’s made with banana, cocoa powder, and coconut milk.  Oats are thrown in for some fiber along with some vanilla extract to deepen the flavor.  Yum!

Via Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen

 

Berry Green Smoothie

I’ve never met a recipe from Damn Delicious that hasn’t been absolutely amazing.

This smoothie is no different.  It’s just what the title indicates.  It’s berries mixed with spinach and bananas blended together for berry goodness.

The recipe calls for a tablespoon of sugar, but sub that out with maple syrup, ⅛ – ¼ teaspoon pure stevia, or another sweetener of your choice.

Via Damn Delicious

 

Peach Strawberry Smoothie

This smoothie is paleo, vegan, and sooo scrumptious.  It uses peaches, strawberries, bananas, and a little ginger to spice things up.

Boost your immune system with the ginger and get your daily vitamin C all in one go.

Via You Should Craft

 

The Husband Protein Smoothie

You don’t need to be a husband nor have one to enjoy this protein filled smoothie.  This smoothie is a little more involved than your 4 ingredient smoothies, but it’s so worth it!

This smoothie has everything.  It has berries, greens, ginger, oats, hemp seeds, and almond butter.

You have your fruits, veggies, protein, fat, and fiber.  This is a perfect meal replacement that will keep you fueled and happy.  It has 20 grams of protein without any protein powder.

Via Happy Healthy Mama

 

Orange Banana Smoothie

This smoothie tastes like a creamsicle!  But this one is guilt free.  Yogurt is used to make this smoothie creamy and the oranges and bananas lend that familiar flavor.  

Via Healthy Food Recipes

 

Cinnamon Roll Smoothie

Cinnamon rolls are probably the world’s greatest pastry.  And someone turned into a healthy smoothie!

Almond milk, cinnamon, and oats are just a few of the ingredients that help create this yummy smoothie that’s reminiscent of a brunch classic.

Via Family Fresh Meals

 

Ultra Dreamy Mint Chocolate Chip Smoothie

This smoothie is so good!  It tastes like a lightened up scoop of mint chip ice-cream.

It’s made with coconut milk, spinach, peppermint extract and real dark chocolate chips.

It packs in veggies and protein yet tastes like a treat.  Score!

Via Vitamin Sunshine

 

Ready to get your smoothie on?  If you loved these smoothie recipes, be sure to check out 21 of the best smoothie recipes to kick off your day here.

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They’re fast, easy, and completely customizable - and pretty yummy! Hop on the smoothie train with these 20 delicious and healthy smoothies for weight loss.

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